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Captain Beefheart - Under Review

Apparently, because this dvd is bigger than a gigabyte you need to have an account with MU. To quote Flava Flav..."fuck that shit"...

Under Review.part1
Under Review.part2
Under Review.part3

The Artist Formerly Known as Captain Beefheart

BBC documentary first broadcast in 1997, narrated by the late, great John Peel.

The Artist Formerly Known as Captain Beefheart

Anton Corbijn / Don Van Vliet - Some Yoyo Stuff - An Observation Of The Observations Of Don Van Vliet

Anton Corbijn / Don Van Vliet - Some Yoyo Stuff

The Greatest Album Ever Made!

Trout Mask Replica


Anonymous,  26 December 2010 at 17:51  

Trout Mask Replica is the greatest work of art of the twentieth century.

z 28 December 2010 at 02:03  

"Under Review" can only be downloaded by Premium MegaUpload users, since it's over 1 gigabyte. Any chance you could break it up for those of us who don't have membership there? Sorry, I know that's looking a gift horse in the mouth, especially since you regularly post well-researched, in-depth examinations of artists' discographies with accompanying downloads of just about everything they've ever released. I mean really, what more could an individual with thirsty ears ask for? Anyone who would dare ask for more would certainly be a jerk of legendary proportions, right? Ok, so I'm such a jerk. Still, it would be oh so most wonderful indeed to be able to watch that "Under Review" thaaaaang.

badgerstump 28 December 2010 at 19:15  

Flattery might not get you everywhere, but it will get you the dvd in three parts. To be honest, didn't realise MU did that for larger files or would have split it first off. Upping it now and will post it again tomorrow.

J 28 December 2010 at 19:16  

Flattery won't get you everywhere, but a scotch egg will.

badgerstump 28 December 2010 at 19:41  

That's fartery you're thinking of J!

z 29 December 2010 at 02:18  

Thank you so much (in advance)! Honestly, I wouldn't have asked (as I previously referenced the whole gift horse/mouth situation in the last comment), except it's Beefheart, and the dude was possibly the most worthwhile artist of our generation (subjectively speaking). It's a lot to mourn, and a lot to celebrate. Thanks for contributing to it.

Anonymous,  29 December 2010 at 22:33  

Big Big Thanks for these C.B. gems.
Your work here is amazing.
Happy new year to you my friend and all the people involved in this blog.

M,  30 December 2010 at 12:21  

Nice posts lately, thanks for taking your time to upload all these documentaries and happy new year!

badgerstump 31 December 2010 at 00:45  

There you go z...thanks for pointing it point posting it if there are strings attached!

Anonymous..."and all the people involved in the blog". I'm the only one involved in the blog but thanks for the props.

M...cheers mate! Throw a request might not get it but, erm, whatever.

I would wish you all happy new year, but I'll do it tomorrow. I have a post planned that I think will spread a lot of love...

z 31 December 2010 at 00:58  

Thank you so much! This awesomeness should make the transition into 2011 (somewhat) bearable. Grabbing part 1 now!

Anonymous,  31 December 2010 at 16:30  

"all the people involved in this blog" goes to all of them who d/l your great posts so far,leave comments or not,whatever else for a visitor here.
I know you are the One who makes it all come true so thanks once more !!!

J 31 December 2010 at 16:54  

You make all my dreams come true

badgerstump 31 December 2010 at 17:43  

hahahahahaha...funny funny